A short collection of certain reasons to convince her majesty (Queen Elizabeth of England) to pay for western voyages and the establishment of colonies in the New World. The passage there and home is
A condensed assembly of positive reasons to indoctrinate her grandeur (Queen Elizabeth of England) to pay for western voyages and the organization of colonies in the New World.
The road there and settlement is neither too crave nor too condensed, but gentle, and to be made twice in the year.
We shall be birth there the celebrity of the gospel, and adduce a secure and a unfailing locate to assent-to mass from all volume of the globe that are unfeeling to run far from the precision of God’s message."
- Richard Hakluyt, 1584
Read the passage above.
What is the best inference that can be made about England's reasons for colonization based on this source?
- A.The New World could bring wealth from gold and other precious metals.
- B.The New World could be a safe haven for those who experienced religious persecution.
- C.England could send criminals and debtors to the New World to work on farms.
- D.The cost and travel time to the New World stopped England from investing in colonization.